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Day Tour of Petra

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Aqaba, Jordan

  • Activities

    Heritage-History Tour, Sightseeing

  • Price
    $130 USD per person
  • Duration

    8 hours

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Everyday approx 8am

  • Starting Location

    Aqaba Hotels

  • Price Includes

    Transport Aqaba - Petra - Aqaba. Entrance fee. Guide for 4 hours.

  • Notes

    Price based on a minimum of 4 people 2 persons - 173 USD per persons 3 persons - 140 USD per persons Children under 15 yrs - entrance to Petra is free - deduct 70 USD from price

Highlights

  • Walk down the Siq - the high walled canyon entrance to the city
  • Stand in front of Al Khazneh - The Treasury. 60ft high carved in to the cliff face. Made famous by the film Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
  • Continue in to the city along the street of Facades - with ancient tombs lining each side of the road.
  • As well as the Nabateans, the Romans have left their mark here in the form of an Amphitheater, a great columned temple and a Colonnade street.
  • If you still have the energy climb the 1,000 steps up the mountain to the Monastery.

Guide

Moufid

 

Trip Info

A Guided tour of the Ancient City of Petra – a whole city with tombs, monuments and facades carved out of the sandstone cliffs by the Nabateans thousands of years ago. Walk down the Siq – the high walled canyon entrance to the city. Stand in front of Al Khazneh – The Treasury. 60ft high carved in to the cliff face. Made famous by the film Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. Continue in to the city along the street of Facades – with ancient tombs lining each side of the road. As well as the Nabateans, the Romans have left their mark here in the form of an Amphitheater, a great columned temple and a Colonnade street. Finally, if you have the energy, climb the 1,000 steps up the mountain to the Monastery.

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